Enhanced Humans • 2017 • episode "S1E1" Supersapiens Rise of the Mind

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In the first episode, we are exploring technologies that promise to provide humans with superpowers, and witness experiments that are literally changing minds!

Supersapiens Rise of the Mind • 2017 • 2 episodes •

Enhanced Humans

In the first episode, we are exploring technologies that promise to provide humans with superpowers, and witness experiments that are literally changing minds!

2017 • Brain

Human Machines

The second episode takes us into a sci-fi world that reminds us of a 'Terminator'-like scenario, where machines are on their way to becoming ’almost human’.

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